Midday Newscast: October 14, 2008

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National Life Group in Montpelier has promoted one of its senior executives to the post of president and chief executive officer; a 30-year-old man from Glover says he’s running for governor as an independent because he wants to get beyond partisan politics; Vermont’s child care providers are staging a "virtual strike" today; a New York state parole board member who served 20 years in the Legislature from the Plattsburgh area is in jail and scheduled to appear before a federal judge in Albany today.

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